Model # YG394-MWH

Internet #203786355

Hampton Bay Chastain II 52 in. Matte White Ceiling Fan

Discontinued Hampton Bay

Chastain II 52 in. Matte White Ceiling Fan

  • Five blades, white and washed oak, reversible
  • Frosted glass light kit
  • Flush mount

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Product Overview

The Hampton Bay Chastain II 52 in. flush mount ceiling fan will add a touch of elegance to any room with its decorative leaf designs on the housing while coordinating with the blade arms. With its matte white finish it will be able to blend into your room ceilings without drawing much attention. The frosted ribbed glass light kit will also allow enough light for your room.

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Customer Questions & Answers


does this fan use regular 60watt lamp bulbs.
Asked by: rich
This ceiling fan takes three 60W candelabra bulbs.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-09

Does the kit have an extension to not install it flush mounted?

Asked by: Monica
No, this fan can not be installed with a down rod. Flush mount installation only.
Answered by: Ed Yano Hampton Bay Rep
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is it too big / small for my rooms?

I need to buy 6 fans for 6 rooms and room sizes are - 3 rooms are 12 *12, - 1 room is 10 *11, - 1 living room is 16*19, - 1 bed room is 18 *16). Is it too big for smaller room? Or too small for bigger rooms?
Asked by: Nimesh
A 52 is inch fan is generally the correct size for a room between 225 and 400 sq/ft.
Answered by: mrhomeinspector
Date published: 2015-09-20

may purchase hampton Bay fan "Chastainii"...does not come with a remote. Can a separate remote be purchased?

If so, need recommendations. Also, do not care for color of glass globes. Can other globes be purchased? Just Hampton Bay globes or any brand?
Asked by: Anonymous
There are some remotes that work with a receiver in the wall switch. That would likely be the type that you need to consider. They tend to run on the expensive side.
Answered by: mrhomeinspector
Date published: 2015-09-20
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